Editor's Rating & Review
Like the name suggests, this salicylic-acid-spiked scrub helps clear up breakouts on your chest and back when used a few times a week. However, if you're looking for a luxurious scrub that will turn your shower into a spa experience, this ain't it. It doesn't lather, and the medicinal-smelling, acne-fighting ingredients can be drying. And, as if body breakouts aren't stressful enough, it's hard to get to this orange stuff to come out of the squeeze bottle.
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Neutrogena Body Clear Body Scrub Reviews
no waythis stuff doesn't work — 3 years, 7 months agoBon_Bon | 511 reviews
smellysmells very medicated and it is something that I used with my body wash. I tried it when my mom bought it. its a good exfoliator and it doesnt remove bumps. it removed some acne on my face. — 2 years, 6 months agokenya | 503 reviews
Love!I've tried this before for the breakouts on my back and chest (usually just in the summer or from working out) and I don't recall it ever working very well. I do recall that it was a very abrasive scrub and had a strong medicinal smell. I tried in during college and have never bothered with it again. Update: I decided to give this another try recently. I realized that it's great that it's medicated but if you just scrub then rinse, you're rinsing all the medication down the drain! So I have started using this scrub then leaving it on for 2 to 5 minutes while I shave my legs, then rinsing. It works much better this way!! I have definitely had less post-run breakouts since I started using this again. — 1 month, 2 weeks agotallredamanda | 279 reviews
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